Brio Baking Inc.

Why is Brio Raising Capital?

Since Brio Breadworks opened in 1998, business has grown immeasurably. Cafe Brio opened in 2007 and has become a vibrant cultural crossroads for our community. We now deliver bread to over 30 stores and restaurants and serve hundreds of cafe customers per day. In order to meet customer demand and serve the community more efficiently, we need to expand and improve our operations. To find out how your investment will be spent, check out our Frequently Asked Questions.

What's a DPO?

A Direct Public Offering (DPO) is the public offering of securities by a business to both accredited and non-accredited investors. A DPO is known as investment crowd funding. This is not a donation, nor is it a wall street investment. Investors hold preferred, non-voting, equity shares.

Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions for more information.

How to Invest

To participate in Brio Baking Inc.'s Direct Public Offering, each shareholder will need to:

1. Fill out your information online to create an account and view the Offering Memorandum or contact us if you prefer to fill out the paperwork in person. 

2. Purchase and receive shares in Brio Baking Inc.

3. Enjoy the benefits of being an investor in Brio and your community! 

Thanks for the support!

We appreciate the continued interest and investments in our community. Brio Baking Inc. is excited for the changes to come!
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Offered to residents of California are preferred, non-voting, equity shares of BRIO BAKING INCORPORATED, a California Benefit Corporation, at $100 a share, with a minimum investment of $1,000. For sale is a total value of $600,000 in shares.

Investors receive an annual interest return, invitation to an annual shareholder meeting, perks and investor-only events as decided by the company, as well as supporting our community and contributing to the local real food movement.